The dual bike stands were a good idea, but I never could figure out a way to make them stay in the up or down position without too much of a PITA factor. I ended up using Velcro straps to keep them from rotating down when I went over the railroad tracks. That would probably make me crash.
I decided I needed a heavy duty kickstand for this heavy duty bike. Instead of dinking around for 5 minutes to raise or lower the stand, I'll be able to just kick it up or down.This bike weighs 75 lbs, so a standard bike kickstand is not strong enough.
Here is the kickstand after brazing the mounting tube onto the left side of the rear subframe. I made the kickstand from 1/2" steel rod.
In this picture you can also see the tail light (red LED flashlight bolted to the bike).
It's a bit hard to tell what's going on here with all the flat black paint, but it's cool, just trust me...